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How Healthcare Mobile Apps are Making Healthcare More Accessible

With digital transformation, comes a revolutionized approach to the healthcare sector and helps the patients to have a better understanding of the subject health and the various medical services provided by the hospitals. In a country like India with a huge population and considerably fewer medical healthcare professionals, it is essential to have a robust system which allows doctors to ... Read More »

Gadgets Weekly: Samsung Galaxy Note10, Vivo S1 and more

Samsung, Vivo and other consumer electronics majors launched brand new line of phones such as Galaxy Note10 series and related accessories in addition to smart TVs this week. Here is the list of top gadgets released in India and globally (August 4-10): Vivo S1: The highlight of the Vivo S1 is the photography hardware. It boasts triple-camera module having a 16MP ... Read More »

FLIPKART GRAND GADGET DAYS: DEALS ON LAPTOPS, TABLETS, MOBILE ACCESSORIES, MORE

It is such a great time to be a consumer on e-commerce platforms! Just days after Amazon Prime Days sale, Flipkart Big Shopping Days, and Mi Turns 5 sale, Flipkart is now back with another three day sale period — Grand Gadget Days. The sale period kicked off on 25 July and will go till 27 July. Flipkart’s gadget sale includes offers on laptops, audio, gaming, cameras, ... Read More »

More evidence that pets benefit mental health

New research examines how interacting with pets affects cortisol levels among college students. Petting a cat or a dog reduces the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Pet owners have long known — or rather, felt — that spending time with their beloved animal companion lowers stress and improves mood. An extensive review that Medical News Todayreported on included several testimonials from people living with mental ... Read More »

EA thinks gaming subscriptions will lead to weirder, more creative games

Nearly every video game publisher wanted to talk about subscription services last week at E3, but some top executives know some will inevitably fail. In an attempt to stand out, however, more game publishers may rely on developers to make innovative, experimental games designed for these services. Mike Blank, EA’s senior vice president of player networks and the man who ... Read More »

With fewer exclusions, will health insurance cost more?

The insurance regulator recently issued a draft on standardizing and rationalizing exclusions in health insurancepolicies. The draft seeks to redefine terms such as pre-existing ailment to remove ambiguity, seeks to include new lines of treatment due to medical advancement, besides making other customer-friendly recommendations such as giving insurers an eight-year moratorium after which a policy is not contestable except for proven ... Read More »

For These Atlanta Moms, Blogging Is More Than A Full-Time Job

Mattie James turned her side project into a six-figure-earning business. “You can absolutely become a full-time blogger and make what you made at your 9-to-5,” James, 34, said. The Atlanta native began her style blog in 2010 as a hobby, before major companies started pouring millions into people who are popular online — or what we call influencers today. When she decided ... Read More »

Call of Duty Mobile Details Revealed by Activision, Including Maps, Game Modes, Characters, and More

Call of Duty Mobile was announced in March, but not much detail was revealed back then regarding gameplay elements. Well, thankfully for fans, Activision has divulged a tonne of details regarding Call of Duty Mobile such as game modes, maps, controls options, and characters to name a few. The studio behind the hit FPS franchise has also revealed that public ... Read More »

We’re Sitting More and More — and It’s Affecting Our Health

Computers, televisions, and mobile devices are leading us to a more sedentary lifestyle. But there are ways to break out of it. Getty Images If Justan Germano weren’t so dedicated to staying fit, work could put his health on the line. The 32-year-old professional gamer spends more than eight hours nearly every day glued to a screen as he livestreams ... Read More »

We Need to Humanize Education More Than We Need to Personalize Learning

Over the last ten years, my privilege has allowed me to participate in a number of educational arenas. I’ve co-founded both a charter school and an education technology company, and I provide consulting and coaching support to schools and leaders related to personalized learning. In any given week, I’m actively engaged in trying to deepen my own knowledge, support the ... Read More »